Dear Sisters and Brothers,

It has been nearly a week since the horrific and senseless act of October 1, 2017. I would like to let everyone know that the Professional Firefighters of Nevada (PFFN) along with the International Association of Firefighters and most importantly the Southern Nevada Locals of the IAFF have been working non-stop to address the needs of our members. As soon as the event happened, our Ninth District Vice President Ray Rahne along with General President Schaitberger, General Secretary Treasurer Kelley and the PFFN began planning for an immediate needs assessment meeting along with logistical planning to address what we knew was a world-wide news event. This event would take its toll not only on the 22,000 concert attendees but on all first responders, including our membership along with police, EMS providers, nurses, doctors, surgeons, hospital staff and every single citizen of Southern Nevada.

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New Legislation in Effect
PFFN Car License Plates Now Available To All Professional Retired Fire Fighters:

(NRS 482.3753) This bill allows the issuance of such special license plates to any person who provides proof of retirement from employment as a professional full-time salaried firefighter after completing at least 10 years of creditable service as a firefighter in any other jurisdiction in the United States, including, without limitation, any city, county, state, territory, Indian tribe or branch of the Armed Forces of the United States.

Visit http://www.dmvnv.com/pdfforms/sp41.pdf
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